Views module provides a flexible method for Drupal administrators to control how lists of posts are retrieved and presented. There are various views add on's that should be added here.

Views custom cache

Views custom cache: View's first argument enabled

This module provides two new simple caches for views which takes view's arguments into account:

  • Custom cache: view's all arguments: All view's arguments, including contextual and exposed filters, will be taken into account.
  • Custom cache: view's first argument: Only first view argument, even if it is a contextual or exposed filter, will be taken into account.

Also, this module let's you:



Salvattore Views

This module adds a new views style that will display views
rows as a Masonry using Salvattore.


Salvattore is a jQuery Masonry alternative with CSS-driven
For more information visit:


Block view

Views Pipes

Views pipes lets Views Administrators use output from a field in the rows of one view (the output view) as contextual filter arguments for another view (the input view).

A case for using the module might be when a site developer needs to exclude the results of one view from another view.

For example, to create a view showing all users who have not authored an article (which is not easy, dare it be said impossible, using Views), do the following:

Require all Exposed Filters

Provides an exposed form that only renders view rows if all form elements
contains user input. The module is similar to standard Views exposed form
"Input required" but requires that the user has set an explicit ("-Any-" is not
considered explicit) value to all exposed filters.

Author: Claudiu Cristea, @claudiu_cristea



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